Could Crowd Problems Lead To Route Change For Pride Parade?
Reports say an estimated 750,000 people descended on the Boystown neighborhood for the Gay Pride Parade this past weekend, but with the record crowd came reports of major crowd-control problems and even discussion of changing the route.
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#1 Jul 16, 2011
As a resident I can't stand parade day. I could not get down my street until 8 pm with a carload of groceries. Police could care less. I am sick and tired of drunk people ruining my garden keeping me from my house and making noise until 2 am. They have no respect. Just look at the crime increase in lakeview. We are becoming englewood north. All these meetings are doing nothing. They need to get rid of that center and move the parade. Home values are going to decrease with all the craziness going on in this area. I have lived here for 10 years And am saddened by the way things have been handled. We have been waiting for years for things to change and it's not happening. It's getting worse. Wow and now we have halsted days yippee.
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